Wedding Flowers Derby, Belper
Floraline specialise in wedding flowers. We only use flowers of the highest quality and our expertise comes from 15 years of experience together with research to keep pace with the latest trends and developments. Our service is second to none. We know that the flowers for such a special occasion as a wedding must be perfect.
Whatever the size of your wedding, we would be delighted to offer help & advice and discuss all your floral requirements with you.
Our personal, tailored approach ensures that your wedding flowers will complement and enhance every aspect of your wedding, from the smallest of bridesmaids posies to the grandest of pedestals.
Our service includes:
- A free initial consultation
- A detailed quote
- On-going personal, email and telephone contact
- Delivery of the Bride’s flowers
- Delivery and set-up of the ceremony flowers
- Delivery and set-up of the reception flowers
Floraline is based in Belper, Derbyshire and serves the East Midlands region of the United Kingdom. National enquiries will be considered on request.
Hand tied designs continue to be extremely popular as they are so versatile; classic and formal to natural and free flowing - all can be tailored to include your favourite flower, foliage and even herbs and grasses. We can help you select flowers that will perfectly match your wedding party colour scheme together with advice about their suitability and seasonal availability.
Please click on each image to enlarge and see the details of the flowers and foliage included.
Shower and teardrop bouquets can be dramatic and luxurious; again they can be designed to encompass the style and feel that you have dreamt about. We can advise you about the ideal flowers and foliages to include as well as the size and shape that will be perfect for you - please entrust us with the secret of your wedding dress design and colour - everything is taken into consideration to create the most important floral decision you're going to make.
Your Bridesmaids and Attendants
The bridesmaids and attendants flowers should complement the bride’s flowers. A common and successful approach is for the bridesmaids to have smaller versions of the bride’s bouquet. However, there is a large choice of alternatives and these can range from simple hair flowers to matching bouquets.
Your Wedding Party
The groom and best man should not feel left out when it comes to wedding flowers. The buttonholes or boutonnières worn by the groom and the best man should be designed to complement the bride’s bouquet. Remember, the groom will appear in most of the photos too!
You may want VIPs and family members to be included when it comes to wedding flowers. Female VIPs can wear corsages. These can be worn on lapels or as wrist corsages or hair flowers. Male VIPs can wear buttonholes or boutonnières. This is an area where formality can be relaxed and the recipients’ favourite flowers can be incorporated.
Wedding Flowers For Your Venue
If your ceremony is being held in a church you may want to consider the flowers carefully. Even the smallest of churches can be large inside and the cost of decorating them throughout may be prohibitive. As with reception flowers the impact of the decorations should be considered. A carefully placed pedestal and a mixture of ribbon and flower pew ends can create a stunning back-drop to your ceremony. Flower arrangements used in a church can sometimes be transferred to the reception venue. Church authorities sometimes place restrictions on the type and locations of flowers used.
If your wedding includes a Reception party then that is where you and your guests will be spending most of their day. The reception flowers should be considered next after those of the people in the main wedding party. When choosing the reception flowers the style and layout of the venue should be considered. Tall table arrangements in a room with high ceilings can be stunning but in a room with a low ceiling it can make the area seem a little cramped. You should aim for something that will create an impact as your guests first enter the room and sit down.